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About mjrbaseball

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  1. "Dressed to the Nines"

    What has happened to the "Dressed to the Nines" section on the Baseball HOF website. It is no longer there. Does anyone know if this is temporary website maintenance, or a permanent deletion?
  2. CCSLC Championship Ring Thread

    Not Little League World Series, just Little World Series. It used to be a series for the championship of AAA Minor League Baseball. In 1952, the Rochester Red Wings of the International League (Cardinals) defeated the Kansas City Blues of the American Association (Yankees), 4 games to 3.
  3. CCSLC Championship Ring Thread

    My personal ring: Elk Lake High School Pennsylvania basketball state champions 1977
  4. Small details that bother you

    The upper end of the bat in the Yankees wordmark is cut off as though it were still covered by the hat in the primary logo.
  5. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    From 1950-1952, twins Harry and Larry Jones wore numbers 1A abd 1B, respectively, for the University of Kentucky:
  6. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    Kansas City Monarchs:
  7. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    In 1960, during Spring Training, the Dodgers had their minor leaguers in camp wearing letters on the front instead of numbers, the letters designating which team they would likely be assigned to: A = Montreal Royals (International League [AAA]) B = Spokane Indians (Pacific Coast League [AAA]) C = St. Paul Saints (American Association [AAA]) E = Atlanta Crackers (Southern Association [AA]) H = Macon Dodgers (South Atlantic League A]) N = Green Bay Dodgers (Illinois-Iowa-Indiana "Three-I" League ) S = Great Falls Electrics (Pioneer League [C]) T = Reno Silver Sox (California League [C]) W = Kokomo Dodgers (Midwest League [C]), Panama City Fliers (Alabama-Florida League [D]), Orlando Dodgers (Florida State League [D]), Odessa Dodgers (Sophomore League [D])
  8. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    George Plimpton, while "playing" for the Detroit Lions and researching his book Paper Lion:
  9. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    Adam Bright, playing for the Yomiyuri Giants in 2011, wore number 022 :
  10. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    Mitch Williams of the Phillies wore #28 for the first seven years of his career, until he acquired the nickname "Wild Thing", based on Charlie Sheen's character from the movie "Major League". Williams then switched to #99, the number worn by Sheen in the film.
  11. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    NBA "old school" ... George Mikan:
  12. Bizarre/Unusual Numbers on Jerseys

    From the remake of "The Longest Yard": (OK, so it isn't real. But it is still odd-looking.)
  13. NCAA Minimalist Logos

    I think the Ivy League will be tricky, as most of their logos are already quite minimal.
  14. Fictional Team Logos

    The name Kings would suggest the UK.
  15. Fictional Team Logos

    Screen caps from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" ...